Wyrd Daze One

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Greetings Wyrdians, and welcome to a new era of Wyrd Daze!

Click the link below for free access to this issue. (a PDF and an mp3)

 

WYRD DAZE ONE

 

The cover art for this issue was provided by The Implicit Order – there are more haunting images like the one below to be found inside…

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The Phoenix Guide to Strange England: Hookland by David Southwell returns, and there’s also a Hookland wordsearch, a “Where’s C. L. Nolan” game, and some classic quotes and writing extracts from C. L. Nolan as well.

 

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I am delighted to present an interview with Aurealis Award-winning fantasy and sci-fi author Mitchell Hogan. His Sorcery Ascendant Sequence is one of my favourite fantasy series, and he took the time to answer my questions in depth. There are some great lesser-known reading recommendations too!

 

Zenith's Edge

An introduction to the Zenith’s Edge multiverse can be found in this issue, including three lost tales that have been cut from the first novel…

 

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23 is an special mix by The Ephemeral Man for Wyrd Daze. Harnessing the mighty power of ordered chaos, the number 23 was integral to the mix. Whereas usually all audio clips and tracks are meticulously placed to ensure their optimum position, this mix was enigmatically optimised by placing each track using the number 23. For example: the second track comes in at 2:23 of the first (and the second track, by Coil, is 23:03 minutes long), and the third track come in at 6:23 mark of the second track.

The result is a mix that is as well crafted as any The Ephemeral Man has done, much to his amazement. Hail Eris!

Also worthy of note is spiralling synchronicity with The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu – I use an extract from a recording of A La Fu Live at Burn the Shard 23-11-17 in this mix. There is much to be discovered for those who want to explore the connections. Fnord!

You can download an mp3 of the mix from within Wyrd Daze One or stream below.

WYRD DAZE ONE

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Wyrd Daze believes that artists should be paid for their published works.
We would like to create a community of support and enthusiasm for independent artists. The more people support, the more art can be made and appreciated.

Art makes us think more deeply, strive more intently, and feel joy more profoundly. Creativity in all it’s forms brings further meaning to our lives, allows us to explore existence and communicate our explorations to the world.

 

Thank you for your time – I hope you enjoy Wyrd Daze One, and I wish you the wyrdest of dreams…

 

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Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 4

Welcome to Wyrd Daze!

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You can download this issue for free HERE

 

The artworks for this issue have been chosen from the
treasure trove of over one million images that the
British Library released into the Public Domain.

In Fairy Land A series of pictures from the elf-world by Richard Doyle With a poem by W Allingham - caption 'An elf and a fairy kissing'

This issue features three amazing tales of woe and wonder:

Burden to Bear by Kendall Redburn

Changes in the Hive-Town by Martin Hayes

Chitterers by Anthony Morgan-Clark

 

There is also the latest essay, this time about dark matter,
from our resident wyrd scientist
Melissa Beall

an interview with musician Keith Seatman

and additional art from Paul Watson

 

This month’s Wyrd Daze EP features the following tracks:

Keith SeatmanStrange Tales & Lost Paper Trails

ConcretismConquistadors 

Ashtoreth Séance VIII (Channeling Black Bone)

Kieron MahonThe Men Went to the Moon

PolyporesVoices In The Walls

The Tara ExperimentThe Anomalist

 

You can download the EP as part of Lvl2 Issue 4, 
or alternatively you can stream it HERE.

 

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Download Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 4 for free HERE 

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Wyrd Daze is now FREE!

Wyrd Daze is the multimedia zine of speculative fiction + experimental music, art, and writing. It began life as a one-off print edition in the Summer of 2013 before launching digitally on October 31st. It had a run of 12 issues before being rebooted to Lvl2 in March 2015.

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Lvl2 Issue 2 Cover Art by Kev McKie

All through this initial run Wyrd Daze was available via a nominal subscription ($5 a month), creating a revenue with which to pay people for their contributions for the zine. The ethos of Wyrd Daze is to nurture, showcase, and support independent creativity.

I’ve now decided to take a step back with Wyrd Daze to concentrate on my own projects – in particular I have a novel to finish! I will still be continuing with the zine, but on a slower release schedule (An issue every 3 months or so). Consequently, I’ve decided to make Wyrd Daze FREE!

The whole of Lvl2 (3 issues so far) is now available to download, with more on the way.


Click to Download Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issues 1, 2, + 3

(A full list of contents for each of the three issues can be found below)


The ethos of the zine hasn’t changed, and I would like to encourage those that are willing and able to donate via my Patreon page. Most of the revenue created there will be used to pay creators for their contributions to Wyrd Daze, and as an added bonus you’ll also be sent copies of my own short stories, music, + anything else I create!

(Oh hai by the way, my name is Leigh Wright !)

Check out my Patreon page & perks here!


I’m interested in exploring sponsorship and other partnerships for Wyrd Daze. In addition I am offering advertising space for like-minded projects at a very friendly rate of $10 per (A4) page.

You can contact me at wyrd.daze@gmail.com


I’d also like to encourage you to sign up to the Wyrd Daze mailing list. That way, you’ll never miss an issue!

To sign up, click here


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Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 1

Contents :

  • Cover and interior artworks by Eygló Daða Karlsdóttir 

  • Starstuff: an ode to Carl Sagan by Melissa Beall

  • Illu : strange tales from a wyrd world
    by Becky Munich and Leigh Wright

  • Persephone’s Threshold by Jenna Kraus

  • Bacon and Eggs : A Doctor Who universe sidebar story
    by Lee Rawlings

  • Wyrd Sounds: an interview with Saxon Roach
    about his latest IXTAB album, R.O.C

  • Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Collective


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    • Track One – IXTAB : Parhelion

    • Track Two – The Whip Angels : Persephone’s Threshold

    • Track Three – Wizards Tell Lies : And Then It Awoke


    The Wyrd Daze Podcast

    An extract of a story from Seasons of War, the unofficial Doctor Who charity anthology. The story is called The Celaphas Gift, and it was written by Andrew Smith, who wrote the 1980 Tom Baker era Doctor Who episode: Full Circle (Part One) and its novelisation. He’s since gone on to write several Doctor Who audio adventures for Big Finish. The story is read by Tracey Norman, with sound design by Simon Brett.

    The podcast also features a mix dedicated to poet, maverick, and mystic Daevid Allen by The Ephemeral Man.

Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 2

Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 2

Contents :

  • Cover and interior artworks by Kev McKie

  • The Ballad of Sophie Nu by Mark Lawrence

  • An interview with Mark Lawrence

  • Shining Apples by Carsia Swenson

  • Walking on the Black Meadow by Chris Lambert

  • The Art of Clara Engel

  • I F***ing Love Science by Melissa Beall

  • Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Collective


There’s a special 5-track compilation of songs by Canadian singer / songwriter Clara Engel as part of the download with this issue, as well as the Wyrd Daze Podcast, which features a special mix for Beltane by The Ephemeral Man


Lvl2 Issue 3

Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 3

Contents :

  • Cover and interior artworks by Choncey Langford

  • The June Bug by Chris Lambert

  • Notes from Some Other War by Martin Hayes

  • States of Matter : an essay about the wyrd of science
    by Melissa Beall

  • Pas Musique : an interview with Robert L. Pepper

  • Fragments from : The Fife Psychogeographical Collective


      Wyrd Daze Lvl2 EP 3

Faux Brut : a mix of 4 tracks from 2 albums


Click to Download Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issues 1, 2, + 3


Wyrd Daze Lvl2 Issue 2

 

Welcome to Wyrd Daze : the multimedia zine of speculative fiction + experimental music, art, & writing.

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This month’s mind-blowing cover-art is by Kevin McKie, and there are plenty more of his amazing illustrations within this issue of Wyrd Daze


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or find other options to purchase the latest issue
for only $5 below.


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Wyrd Daze is honoured to be hosting
The Ballard of Sophie Nu a short story by best selling author Mark Lawrence. The third book of his
The Broken Empire‘ trilogy, called ‘Emperor of Thorns‘ won the David Gemmell Award for Best Novel in 2014.

The second book in his second trilogy set in the
Broken Empire is due to be released in June,
 and he has recently signed a substantial three-book deal with Harper Voyager for this third trilogy –
this time set in a unique world.

There is also an insightful interview with Mark
in this month’s zine.


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Clara Engel is a mesmerizing singer / songwriter from Canada, and Wyrd Daze is delighted to be hosting a unique 11-track compilation of her songs, as well as an interview, and some of her art & lyrics.

As a taster, here’s a fan-made video for the first track from the compilation: ‘Heaven and Hell


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Carisa Swenson was inspired by the multimedia project Tales of the Black Meadow to create this sculpture, “Silver Apples“.

She has written a special story for Wyrd Daze
based upon her creation.  

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In addition, Chris Lambert tells us more about the
Tales from the Black Meadow project which he created with Kev Oyston – which so far has spawned an album and book, with more on the way!


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Melissa Beall continues her regular contributions to Wyrd Daze with her brilliant essay: I Fucking Love Science


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And there’s more strange wanderings from the
Fife Psychogeographical Collective


The Wyrd Daze Podcast

This issue the podcast features a special mix for Beltane by The Ephemeral Man called
Bacchus Beltane 2: The Mists of Avalon


There are several ways to access  Wyrd Daze :

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Wyrd Daze Lvl 2 Issue 1

Wyrd Daze has levelled up!

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This is the cover for Wyrd Daze Lvl 2 Issue 1

The cover and interior artwork for this issue is by
Eygló Daða Karlsdóttir

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There are several ways to access  Wyrd Daze :

  • As a stand alone product, including all multimedia content, for $5 HERE

  • You can subscribe via Patreon for as little as $1 All Patreon subscribers get access to the Wyrd Daze Patreon activity stream, with exclusive content.

    For more details of all Patreon subscription options, please go HERE

  • You can subscribe via the Wyrd Daze Gumroad shop HERE

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Featured in this month’s issue :

 (in order of appearance)

Wyrd Daze irregular Melissa Beall brings us an inspirational essay entitled Starstuff : an ode to Carl Sagan.

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There’s a sneak peek at a comic collaboration between
Becky Munich and Leigh Wright called Illu

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Jenna Kraus aka Pope Joan II of The Whip Angels and the Sex.Death.Rebirth blog brings us a poetry.art.music fusion exploration called Persephone’s Threshold.

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There’s a story set in the Doctor Who universe by comedian, actor, DJ, and author Lee Rawlings 

Saxon Roach of IXTAB answers some questions about his mesmerising new album R.O.C. 

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The Fife Psychogeographical Collective reminisce about the John Cage Centennial and take us through
The Woods and the Words.

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The Wyrd Daze Lvl2 EP 1

Track One : IXTAB Parhelion (from the album R.O.C)

Track Two : The Whip Angels Persephone’s Threshold

Track Three: Wizards Tell Lies And Then It Awoke (From an as-yet-unreleased album)



 The Wyrd Daze Podcast

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This month’s podcast features an audio extract of one of the stories from Seasons of War : the unofficial Doctor Who charity anthology. The story is called The Celaphas Gift: it was written by Andrew Smith, who wrote the 1980 Tom Baker era Doctor Who episode: Full Circle (Part One) and its novelisation. He’s since gone on to write several Doctor Who audio adventures for Big Finish

The extract is read by Tracey Norman, with sound design by Simon Brett.

Seasons of War is available via donation in a variety of formats. Donations are in aid of the charity Caudwell Children, for disabled children across the UK, and so far over 6 and a half thousand pounds has been raised! It’s a great book, pretty essential for Doctor Who fans, written by a talented selection of writers affiliated with the cult show in a number of ways. You can donate what you like but please consider giving generously if you can. You can donate and download the book at the Seasons of War Just Giving page HERE.

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This issue of Wyrd Daze is dedicated to poet and mystic
Daevid Allen, co-founder of the magnificent marvelous melodious magick band
Gong.

Daevid has been a huge inspiration to so many of us, and he passed beyond on Friday the 13th March at 1:08PM, boarding the flying teapot for the final trip to planet Gong

This month’s podcast also feature a mix by
The Ephemeral Man which is bookended by tracks from Allen’s joyous 1977 solo album Now is the Happiest Time of Your Life.

Track 1 : Daevid AllenFlamenco Zero 

Track 2 : Daevid AllenWhy do we treat ourselves like we do? 

Track 3 : Bombay Bicycle ClubLights Out, Words Gone

Track 4 : The British Space GroupHaze of Summer

Track 5 : Dead Can DanceWilderness

Track 6 : Fleetwood MacOh Daddy

Track 7 : Kemper NortonHelston 91

Track 8 : Hacker FarmKonrad

Track 9 : IXTAB – St James & The 28 Pieces

Track 10 : RadioheadCodex

Track 11 : Porcupine TreeTime Flies

Track 12 : The Advisory CircleThe Blue Energy Programme

Track 13 : Daevid AllenDeya Goddess



Issue 12 showcase

Hello and welcome to the Wyrd Daze Issue 12 showcase!

 

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The images above and below are by Becky Munich,
whose delightfully macabre illustration graces the cover
and interior of this month’s issue.

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Issue 12 also features a new installment of
The Phoenix Guide to Strange England: Hookland
by acclaimed author David Southwell.

Be sure to follow the official Hookland Twitter account HERE


Also in this month’s Wyrd Daze zine is
a fiction short by richnfamous
and a lengthy installment of
Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Collective.


 

This month’s Wyrd Daze Podcast features a mix by
The Ephemeral Man consisting of music taken from
soundtracks for modern computer games:
Destiny, Dragon Age, Halo, The Last of Us,
Mass Effect
Deus Ex: Human revolutionand Portal

This is hugely underrated music, and it’s probable that people
who don’t play computer games never get to hear it,
so here’s a chance to rectify that!


There is also a second mix which is
exclusive to Wyrd Daze subscribers and those
who buy
 Issue 12, as part of the download.

 

(The Wyrd Daze Podcast goes up on my Soundcloud account
until replaced by the latest edition.
All previous editions are archived HERE )


 

There are several ways to access
Issue 12 of Wyrd Daze:

As a stand alone product, including all
multimedia content,for $5 HERE

You can subscribe via Patreon for as little as $1,
and all Patreon subscribers get access to the
Wyrd Daze Patreon activity stream, with exclusive content.
For more details and all Patreon subscription options, go HERE

You can subscribe via the Wyrd Daze Gumroad shop HERE

 

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(and receive your first download within 24hrs) 

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Subscriptions create a revenue with which
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Issue 11 Showcase

 

Hello and welcome to the Wyrd Daze Issue 11 showcase!

 

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The above image is by Maxim Peter Griffin, whose artwork is featured in this month’s zine.

 


You can buy Issue 11 for $5 HERE or subscribe HERE


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This month’s download features a three track mini-EP from Concretism, and there is an interview with Concretism‘s
Chris Sharp within the zine as well.

 

In addition there is a track by The Will of Nin Girima called
Spell Three : Carrion offering from the album
Two Cycles of Incantation
on the Invisible City Records label

 

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There’s also a track called Among the Stars from
Rasplyn‘s new album Scenes through the Magic Eye,
out now on Mythical Records, and there is an interview
with Rasplyn‘s Carolyn O’Neill in this month’s zine too!


 

 A full list of Issue 11 contents follows: 

 

The Wyrd Daze PDF Zine

– Cover and interior art by Maxim Peter Griffin

– An interview with Carolyn O’Neill

Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Collective

– An Interview with Chris Sharp

– FICTION: Raven and the Boggart by Leigh Wright

 

The Wyrd Daze EP

 

Concretism

Track One : Fog

Track Two : I dreamt of Coryton

Track Three : A Tour of the Factory

 

 Rasplyn

Among the Stars

(from the album Scenes Through the Magic Eye on the
Mythical Records label)

 

The Will of Nin Girima

Spell Three : Carrion offering

(from the album Two Cycles of Incantation on the
Invisible City Records label)


 The Wyrd Daze Podcast

 

There’s something a little different on the Wyrd Daze podcast this month:
a conversation between myself (Leigh Wright) and writer Jasun Horsley.

We touch on some of the themes in his forthcoming book
Seen & Not Seen: Confessions of a Movie Autist,
and spiral out from there.
A discussion about Sentience, Culture, Discernment, Self,
Life, The Universe, and Everything!


Hope you find it as fascinating as I did! 

 

Jasun Horsley is an author of several books on popular culture, psychology, and high strangeness, transmedia storyteller, independent scholar, and existential detective.


He lives and works in Canada.


His latest book, 
Seen & Not Seen: Confessions of a Movie Autist 


http://movieautist.com


 is due from Zer0 Books in January, 2015.

 

 


There are several ways to access
Issue 11 of Wyrd Daze:

 

As a stand alone product, including all
multimedia content,for $5 HERE

 

You can subscribe via Patreon for as little as $1,
and all Patreon subscribers get access to the
Wyrd Daze Patreon activity stream, with exclusive content.
For more details and all Patreon subscription options, go HERE

 

You can subscribe via the Wyrd Daze Gumroad shop HERE

 

or you can subscribe directly via Paypal with the button below
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Issue 10 Showcase

 

Hello and welcome to the Wyrd Daze Issue 10 showcase!

 

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The above image is by Belgian painter, draughtsman, lithographer and poster artist Henri Privat-Livemont (1861 – 1936). His works are in the public domain, and are respectfully displayed within this issue as a tribute to his art.


You can buy Issue 10 for $5 HERE or subscribe HERE


 

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Sabine Moore from Waterflower

This month’s download features a three track single by Waterflower and an exclusive mix by Craig Johnson from Invisible City Records.


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A full list of Issue 10 contents follows: 

 

The Wyrd Daze PDF Zine

– Cover and interior art by Henri Privat-Livemont

– An interview with Lakshmi Rangopal from Lykanthea

– A trilogy of psychogeographical poems by Christina Scholz

– Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Collective

– FICTION: Keep by Leigh Wright

 

Waterflower 

Track One – An Afterlife

Track Two – Tucan

Track Three – No

 

A mix for Wyrd Daze by Invisible City Records

Featuring the following tracks:

Death Register – Q (Phonaesthesia, Invisible City Records)

April Larson – Maglor, The Lingering Son (Bear Thee Away To The Houses Of Lamentation)

Apalusa – Flags of Failure (Ghost notes, Low Point)

Witchblood – Untitled (Popular Radiation/Wichblood Split, Boiled Brains Bootlegs)

Maurice’s Death Hotel – Pump 1.2 (Pump, Larry Crywater)

Shiver – Close Your Eyes and Whisper Her Name (Black Feathers, Cruel Nature Recordings)

Black Mountain Transmitter – Deathdream! Part I (Deathdream! Live in Edinburgh, Lysergic Earwax)

The Will of Nin Girima – Song of Warding (Upcoming release on Invisible City Records)

 

The Wyrd Daze Podcast 10

Featuring the following tracks:

1: Waterflower : An Afterlife

2: The Whip Angels : Velvet Worship (Krishnamurti Mix)

3: Bernholz : Animals

4: Lutine : Synnove

5: Kemper Norton : Ostiaz

6: Concretism : Eiswagen

7: Cyril M : Duo#1

8: Wizards Tell Lies : Path of Zodiacs

9: Lykanthea : Aphonia

 


There are several ways to access
Issue 10 of Wyrd Daze:

 

As a stand alone product, including all
multimedia content,
for $5 HERE

 

You can subscribe via Patreon for as little as $1,
and all Patreon subscribers get access to the
Wyrd Daze Patreon activity stream, with exclusive content.
For more details and all Patreon subscription options, go HERE

 

You can subscribe via the Wyrd Daze Gumroad shop HERE

 

or you can subscribe directly via Paypal with the button below
(and receive your first download within 24hrs) 

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Subscriptions create a revenue with which
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original contributions to Wyrd Daze


 

 I leave you with the editorial that I wrote
for this special 10th Issue.

 

Hey everyone ~ we’ve reached issue 10 ~ Yay !

This project began as a creative leap from me – a challenge to harness a current of creative inspiration that exists among shining threads of humanity connected via the technology of social media. There is a vibrant world of independent artistic pursuits being undertaken by a myriad of crazy wonderful people, and I too feel this urge to experiment and make art, to be part of a loose community of independent thinkers, dreamers, weavers, believers.

And so why not create a zine? That way I can immerse myself in the creativity of others, providing a constant stream of inspiration that demands creative response. Sampling this rapture of creative delights remains the greatest joy about Wyrd Daze for me, and all the people that have shared their craft with us so far have been so generous of heart, so wondrous of soul, and just so fucking talented!

Of course, everybody has talents. Everyone is really good at at least one thing, one passion that we want to spend as much time as possible doing for no other reason than for the love of it. That’s what makes each and every one of us so special.

So hey, let’s make art and be beautiful!

A huge thank you to all the people who have shared their creativity with me, to the loyal subscribers who support this venture, and everyone else who has experienced Wyrd Daze in one form or another, for coming along on the ride.

I wish you all the wyrdest of dreams…

 

Leigh

 

Submissions, correspondence, queries, etc to wyrd.daze@gmail.com


Issue 9 showcase

 

Hello and welcome to the Wyrd Daze Issue 9 showcase!

 

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The above image is by Gavan Kearney, and there are many more of his wondrous paintings within this month’s issue.

Gavan’s band, Sand Snowman, is also featured with a four track EP of dreamy psyfolk – not to be missed!

 

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There is also a second EP with this month’s download (because we are crazy generous), featuring two tracks from the new album Digest by Mr Keep Calm and the Cancelled Cheques.


 

Here’s what’s inside this month’s PDF zine:

 

  • Cover and interior art by Gavan Kearney

  • The Phoenix Guide to Strange England: Hookland
    by David Southwell

  • FICTION: The Duel by Melissa Beal

  • FICTION: The Hunter by Richard Chisnall

  • Fragments from: The Fife Psychogeographical Society

 


 

The Wyrd Daze podcast:

This month’s podcast features an exclusive mix by The Ephemeral Man called Fall.

This is the tracklist:

  • Glossata : Vapour Waves

  • Matt Berry : The Relaxation Podcast

  • Wizards Tell Lies : The Call of the Maddening Machine

  • Keith Seatman : A Gathering of the Odd

  • Kanye West : Hold my Liqour

  • Concretism : Transmission test

  • Bernholz : Horses Pt.1 & Pt.2

  • Master Musicians of Bukkake : Hidden from the Hidden Ones

  • Space Dandy : Season 1 Episode 9 (The Ephemeral Man edit)

  • The Future Sound of London : In Solitude We are Least Alone

 

 


And here’s this month’s edition of Paperclippe‘s
Life, the Universe, and Everything
vlog,
this time about Nostalgia

 

 


 

There are several ways to access
Issue 9 of Wyrd Daze:

 

As a stand alone product, including all multimedia content,
for $5 HERE

 

You can subscribe via Patreon for as little as $1, and all Patreon subscribers get access to the Wyrd Daze Patreon activity stream, with exclusive content. For more details and all Patreon subscription options, go HERE

 

You can subscribe via the Wyrd Daze Gumroad shop HERE

 

or you can subscribe directly via Paypal with the button below (and receive your first download within 24hrs) 

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Subscriptions create a revenue with which
to pay contributors for their original contributions
to Wyrd Daze


 

 

Issue 8 Showcase

 

Hello and welcome to the Wyrd Daze Issue 8 showcase!

 

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This is a special issue dedicated to the independent music label Alrealon Musique, and they have been incredibly generous to gift a bonanza of music, videos, and other media for this month’s Wyrd Daze download. 

 

Here’s some content details:

 

  • Alrealon Musique Presents: New Sonic Strategies – 16 track compilation album

  • Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by John 3:16 – 5 track EP

  • Philippe Gerber’s Alrealon Musique Mix

  • Black Saturn : a big package bursting with music, videos, lyrics, and art

  • Chester Hawkins : Blue Sausage Infant live video, + bonus video ‘Rail

  • ówt krì : two videos and two audio tracks

  • Trey Crim : a selection of artwork jpegs – used in the Wyrd Daze PDF zine

  • The Wyrd Daze Podcast features an exclusive Alreaon Musique mix by The Ephemeral Man

 

All that as well as the Wyrd Daze PDF zine!

 

Licorice Twist

Licorice Twist by Trey Crim

 


 

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Issue 8 of Wyrd Daze:

 

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The Wyrd Daze Podcast

 

Here’s a track list of the music used in this month’s podcast: 

 

Heliocentrism – The Tree Inside

Rapoon – Glass

John 3:16 – Abyss of Hell / Clouds of Fire

PAS Musique – Modern Witchcraft

Black Saturn – Voodoo

Philippe Petit – Pyramid of the Moon

Jurica – Postcard from Hinterland

FluiD – Forwarning

Blue Sausage Infant – How to Achieve Somnambulim

[ówt krì] – Dance in Silence

Rasplyn – Preistess of the Goddess

Heliocentrism – Puszcza Bialowieska

Rapoon – Banjo Arabiata

The Use – Time Burton

Kine – Meditation 3

PAS Musique – Sin

Blue Sausage Infant – Yggdrasil

FluiD – Disrupting the Ghost

The Jazz Fakers – Oh Rise New

Black Saturn – Minor Affliction

 

 

For more information about Alrealon Musique,
please visit their website HERE